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COVID FAQ

MIP Politecnico di Milano Graduate School of Business rigorously follows the Italian government and WHO regulations and instructions for dealing with the current Covid-19 situation.

Please refer to the FAQs below in order to collect more information on our Specialising Masters and check back regularly on this page for new updates.

FAQ

What is the exact start date of the programs?

All Masters + MBA FT

The BABD kick-off date is 30/09/2020, both on campus and online.
The kick-off date for FINTECH, MBA FT and IMPM is 28/09/2020, both on campus and online.
Students who wish to undertake the first month of the programme online only can choose the second arrival date option, which is 03/11/2020 for BABD and 02/11/2020 for FINTECH, MBA FT and IMPM.
As far as the start date of the UK semester of IMPM is concerned, this is yet to be defined.

The kick-off date for IM4, IMIE and IMSCPM is 14/09/2020 online. The first month of the programmes will be delivered online only and students will be expected to arrive in person on campus on 12/10/2020.

GMIM

The kick-off date of the programme in Glasgow UK is 14/09/2020. Candidates will be allowed a delayed entry for up to 4 weeks if required due to visa delays or travel restrictions.

IMLUX

The kick-off date of the programme in France is 05/10/2020 at NEOMA Business School, Reims.
The start date of the second semester in Milan, Italy is 15 February 2021.

When am I expected to arrive on campus?

All Masters + MBA FT

The BABD kick-off date is 30/09/2020, both on campus and online.
The kick-off date for FINTECH, MBA FT and IMPM is 28/09/2020, both on campus and online.
Students who wish to undertake the first month of the programme online only can choose the second arrival date option, which is 03/11/2020 for BABD and 02/11/2020 for FINTECH, MBA FT and IMPM.
As far as the start date of the UK semester of IMPM is concerned, this is yet to be defined.

The kick-off date for IM4, IMIE and IMSCPM is 14/09/2020 online. The first month of the programmes will be delivered online only and students will be expected to arrive in person on campus on 12/10/2020.

GMIM

The kick-off date of the programme in Glasgow UK is 14/09/2020. Candidates will be allowed a delayed entry for up to 4 weeks if required due to visa delays or travel restrictions.

IMLUX

The kick-off date is 05/10/2020 at NEOMA Business School, Reims.

What if I can’t travel for the start of my course?

All Masters + MBA FT

Should there be any travel restrictions or visa delays at the start of the programme on campus, students will have the option of joining the programme with the September 2021 intake.

Specifics for MBA FT students:
Should there be any travel restrictions or visa delays in September or November, students will have the chance to follow the lessons online until the end of December 2020 but they will not be able to follow the activities offered under the Experiential Gym. Any candidates who are not even able to arrive on campus in January will have the option of joining the programme with the September 2021 intake.

Can I continue working during the initial online part of the program?

All Masters + MBA FT

We don’t generally recommend this as the workload for the programme is quite high, even in the first month of online studies.

What will happen to my application if the University temporarily closes?

All Masters + MBA FT

If the school is unable to start the programme as planned, candidates will have the option of deferring their participation to the September 2021 intake.

Will I have more time to decide, considering the impact of COVID-19?

All Masters + MBA FT

The standard amount of time given to candidates to confirm their participation is 15 days from receipt of the admission offer; however, they can request the admissions team for an extension, given the current Covid-19 crisis.

What if I'm unable to sit my exams?

All Masters + MBA FT

Usually candidates are expected to graduate by 15 July of the concerned year to be able to join the September intake however, they will be given extra time to complete their exams and obtain a provisional degree/certificate. For the Italian candidates: if you are only missing one exam tops and you can graduate within 4 months after the start of the programme remaining enrolled in the 2019/2020 academic year, the enrollment in Politecnico will be possible for the September 2020 intake.

Should I still apply if I'm unable to leave my home country?

All Masters + MBA FT

We encourage you to apply and secure an offer anyway. In case you are unable to arrive on campus on time, your offer will be valid for the September 2021 intake.

Can I/should I defer my place?

All Masters + MBA FT

Once admitted, candidates can defer their admission to the following year. They can retain the same tuition fee (if any increases should occur the following intake) only by paying the first instalment to confirm their participation in 2020 itself. Financial aid (if any) will be not retained in case of deferral.

What if I cannot take the IELTS/TOEFL tests?

All Masters + MBA FT

We understand that many test centres across the world are closed and that online testing facilities are limited. Candidates who have studied in the English language are not required to provide any English test certificates. Candidates who are required to provide one can take our English test online, free of cost, after receiving confirmation of their participation in the programme.

GMIM

We understand that many test centres across the world are closed and that online testing facilities are limited. Candidates who are unable to provide IELTS/TOEFL tests scores can take our English test online, free of cost, after receiving confirmation of their participation in the programme, which would be valid only for admission purposes. Non-EU candidates will still be required to take the IELTS/TOEFL tests before the start of the UK semester for UK visa purposes.

IMPM

We understand that many test centres across the world are closed and that online testing facilities are limited. Candidates who are unable to provide IELTS/TOEFL tests scores can take our English test online, free of cost, after receiving confirmation of their participation in the programme, which would be valid only for admission purposes. Non-EU candidates will still be required to take the IELTS/TOEFL tests before the start of the UK semester for UK visa purposes.

Will you refund my deposit if I am unable to travel because of COVID-19?

All Masters + MBA FT

The deposit is refundable only in cases of visa rejection. In the case that candidates are unable to obtain their visas on time, or are facing travel restrictions at the start of the programme, the deposit will not be refunded but held as valid for the September 2021 intake.

Will I be able to stay back in Italy after program completion?

All Masters + MBA FT

Yes, after graduation you will be entitled to apply for an extension called the Job Search/Students’ Entrepreneurship visa, which can be granted for up to one year and will allow you to stay in Italy legally while looking for work or to set up your own business. With this permit, you will also be allowed to accept work.

Can I expect any change in the policy for permanent residence permits for international students?

All Masters + MBA FT

A Study permit is granted for the duration of your studies with us. Upon completion of your studies, you will be entitled to either an Awaiting Employment permit (1 year) or a work permit for the duration of your work contract. We expect regulations to remain unchanged. After 6 years of consecutive residency in Italy, you can apply for the permanent residence permit and we expect no changes to this policy.

Will I still be able to apply for a work permit outside of the quota system on the basis of my studies in Italy?

All Masters + MBA FT

Yes, upon completion of your masters at Politecnico di Milano you will be untitled to be hired in Italy outside of the migration quota.

How is Covid-19 is impacting the Career Development Center activities?

All Masters + MBA FT

The Career Development Center is facing the emergency period by going digital in order to guarantee continuity to its activities, such as Virtual Career Fairs, Remote Consultancy Projects, online Careers Workshops and Company Presentations, and one-to-one Consultancy, depending on the programme.

How will the Business School manage Career Networking Events/Fairs considering the social distancing requirements?

MIP is giving continuity to its didactic activities in compliance with the safety regulations in force in Italy. Thanks to its innovative digital approach, MIP will be able to guarantee continuity to careers activities by switching them into digital if made necessary by the current emergency situation.

To which careers services will I still have access in the year following graduation?

All Masters + MBA FT

After graduation, you will still have access to MIP Digital Platforms (e.g. Flexa), where the employers in MIP's network post opportunities suitable for MIP students and graduates; in addition, you will still have access to other Digital Career portals partnering with the Career Development Center, allowing you to research job and internship opportunities, graduate programmes and to take part in virtual and in-presence networking events at international level. Moreover, as a Graduate, you will still have the possibility to attend a selection of career and networking events.

Can I expect to receive a stipend during digital internships as well?

All Masters + MBA FT

Internship reimbursements depend on the polices applied by the employers, both for in-company and digital internships. According to our experience and records, in 2019, 90% of companies offered reimbursements for in-company internships, while data related to digital internships are not yet available.

How will the university ensure that social distancing and safety measures are implemented for candidates and staff?

All Masters + MBA FT

The university is identifying appropriate spaces in which to run classes to assure social distancing, and is also designing classes through a combination of physical and digital tools to ensure that classes can be run without any impact on the safety of MIP staff, students or professors.

What happens if I am not able to arrive on campus even in November 2020?

All Masters + MBA FT

The school is organised in such a way as to allow the opportunity to attend online classes until the end of the year, consistently with government indications for Phase 3.

Will I receive any tuition fee reductions if the entire programme needs to be delivered online?

All Masters + MBA FT

Candidates will be able to apply for a reduction in the tuition fee if the entire programme has to be delivered online.

Will I get to attend any experiential activities like exchanges or international study tours in the following year?

All Masters + MBA FT

If these activities are cancelled for your cohort, on the basis of the availability of places assured by our partner universities, we will aim to give you the chance to attend them in the following year.

Will I be able to undertake an extra-curricular internship after graduation if I don’t receive any offers during the programme?

All Masters + MBA FT

After graduation you might be eligible for an extra-curricular internship in Italy; outside Italy, you would need to refer to the local labour/internship laws.
Candidates have up to 8 months after program completion to undertake an internship which can be activated at Politecnico di Milano. In this way, candidates have the possibility to renew their student visa for up to 8 months to take up an internship in addition to the Job Search/Students’ Entrepreneurship visa extension.

If courses are delivered in a “distance learning” format not only for the first month, but also the following ones (November and December, for example) , will there be any reduction in the fee?

All Masters + MBA FT

Candidates will be able to apply for a reduction in the tuition fee if the entire programme has to be delivered online.

COVID-19 - RESOURCES AND INFORMATION

The International Students Office aims at supporting the student community during the current health emergency and associated travel restrictions.

In this page, you will find updates and information on governmental provisions and regulations to halt the spread of the virus, travel information, useful websites and our services in this period.

Last updated April 19, 2021.

 

The information available at this page can also be found at the following official websites:

CURRENT SITUATION IN ITALY

The law decree dated April 1 has reinstated the need for different containment measures for different Italian regions, who have been assigned “yellow”, “orange” or “red” labels, however until April 30, all regions labeled as “yellow” will follow the same measures as “orange” regions. At national level, it is forbidden to move between different regions, and a general curfew from 10pm to 5am has been implemented, while stricter measures affect orange and red zones.

The Health Ministry’s Ordinance dated April 2 and valid until April 30, has extended the restrictions for travellers who have stayed or transited in the 14 days prior to entering Italy in one or more of the States and territories listed in Group C (the EU). The ordinance provides that on returning to Italy it is mandatory to: present a negative swab test (molecular or antigenic) carried out in the 48 hours before entering Italy; self-isolate under health surveillance for 5 days, regardless of the test result; undergo a second molecular or antigenic test at the end of the 5-days isolation period. Read more under TRAVEL section.

WEEK APRIL 19 – 25: ORANGE ZONE

Currently, Lombardy has been assigned the status of “orange” zone. All citizens in Lombardy are required to:

  • remain within their Municipality of domicile. Visit other Municipalities only for proven reasons of work, health, study or necessity. If you do, you must bring with you a self-certification (find template here). Movement to another private domicile is allowed once per day, between 5am to 10pm, within the same Municipality (max 2 people)
  • respect the curfew from 10pm to 5am. Go out only for proven reasons of work, health or urgency. If you do, you must bring with you the self-certification
  • wear a mask in all public spaces, outdoors and indoors, public transport included
  • keep a 1 meter distance from others (social distance rule)
  • stay at home if they have a respiratory infection characterized by fever over 37,5°, and contact a doctor or the Continuing Care Service free toll number 116 117

For information on services and their opening hours for January, check the relative section below. Read our Covid-19 FAQs for full details.

Social distancing, face masks and hand hygiene are the main individual tools against the spread of Covid-19, and keeping these practices alive even in later months will speed up the return to normality. Another tool the Italian government is promoting is the new phone App called “Immuni”. Read more in the section below.

SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES

Read below a list of general information:

PUBLIC TRANSPORT Operating at 50% capacity. Masks are mandatory on all transports.
PUBLIC OFFICES Reduced accessibility and temperature measuring is often required. To visit post offices, you should book an appointment through the Poste Italiane website.
BANKS & PRIVATE SERVICES Reduced accessibility and temperature measuring is often required. An appointment is usually necessary.
STORES On "yellow" and "orange" days retail stores are open and malls are closed on Saturday and Sunday, except for food stores, newsstands, tabacco shops, pharmacies and parapharmacies. Laundry services are also considered essential. On "red" days, only essential stores are open.
RESTAURANTS Restaurants, bars, pubs, ice cream shops and bakeries open only on "yellow" days, from 5 am to 6 pm. Take-away is allowed until 6 pm for bars, and until 10 pm for restaurants. No restrictions on home delivery.
BEAUTICIANS & HAIR SALOONS Barbers, hairdressers and beauty centers are open only on "yellow" and "orange" days, on appointment.
PARKS Access is allowed for individual physical activities. No group activities (team sports, picnics) allowed.
SPORTS Sports centers are open for basic physical activities outdoors only on "yellow" and "orange" days. Gyms and swimming pools are closed. Sports events and competitions are suspended. Individual physical activity outdoors is allowed, but it must be in the vicinity of your domicile on "red" days.
CULTURAL ACTIVITIES Museums are open on "yellow" days. Activities at discos or ballrooms are not allowed outdoors nor indoors. Theaters, cinemas and concert halls are closed. All conference, convention and fair activities are suspended.
LIBRARIES Certain libraries are open and offer access to their services only via booking. The campus library LA MASA is currently open. Use the App "Affluences" to book your visit.
THE NATIONAL HEALTHCARE SYSTEM

We strongly recommend all students enroll into the National Healthcare System (NHS), which gives access to free visits at a general practitioner of choice, and reduced fees on specialized visits. Non-EU students can enroll after applying for the permit of stay in Italy. Learn more about it at the Health Cover section or download the guide on how to enroll.

THE “IMMUNI” APP

Immuni is the new exposure notification App of the Italian government, developed by the Extraordinary Commissioner for the COVID-19 Emergency, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and the Ministry for Innovation Technology and Digitalization.

Its purpose is to notify users at risk of carrying the virus as early as possible, in order to minimize its spread and facilitate an early diagnosis. To learn more about how it works, visit Immuni's official website at https://www.immuni.italia.it/.

While downloading the App is not mandatory, it is strongly recommended by the Italian government, as every single user increases its overall effectiveness.

TRAVEL AND QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS – LATEST UPDATES

The following regulations, which are available at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website, will be valid until April 30. Please always check on the official page what restrictions are in place for the country you are travelling from, before making arrangements.

Travel within Italy is restricted to reasons of work, health and necessity:

  • between and within certain regions. See the section “Current Situation in Italy” to know more about the Lombardy region.

SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS for Brazil:

  • Travellers who stayed or transited through Brazil in the previous 14 days can enter Italy ONLY for reasons of absolute necessity approved by the Ministry of Health, if they have registered as residents in Italy before February 13, or to reunite with their children. In all cases, they must follow the below requirements.
    Requirements: present a self-certification; present the negative result of a molecular or antigenic test carried out by means of a swab in the 72 hours before arrival; take a second molecular or antigenic test at the airport or border of entry, when possible, or within 48 hours after entry in Italy, by referring to the local health bureau (in case of direct flight from Brazil, the test is taken at the airport upon arrival); self-isolate under health surveillance for 14 days; take a third molecular or antigenic test at the end of the self-isolation period.

Travel to Italy is allowed for any reason from:

  • Group A: San Marino, Vatican City
    Requirements: none
  • Group B: currently no countries are included in this group
    Requirements
    : present a self-certification
  • Group C: Austria (except for the Tirol region*), Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Croatia, Denmark (Greenland and Faer Oer islands included), Estonia, Finland, France (Martinique, Guadeloupe, Reunion, Mayotte and French Guyana included), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands (overseas territories outside the European continent excluded), Poland, Portugal (Azores and Madeira included), Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (territories situated in the African continent included), Sweden, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway (including Svalbard and Jan Mayen Islands), Switzerland, Andorra, Principality of Monaco, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    Requirements: present a self-certification; present the negative result of a molecular or antigenic test carried out in the 48 hours prior to entry in Italy; contact the health department upon arrival; self-isolate under health surveillance for 5 days regardless of the test result; undergo a second molecular or antigenic test at the end of the five-days period
    *Exception: if you come from the Tirol region in Austria, the required self-isolation period is 14 days
  • Group D: Australia, New Zealand, Republic of Korea, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand
    Requirements: present a self-certification; reach the domicile by private means (taxi or car renting); self-isolate under health surveillance for 14 days

Travel to Italy is allowed only “for study, work, health, to return to one’s residence or to reach a loved one”, from:

  • Group E: any Non-EU country not listed above
    Requirements: present a self-certification; reach the domicile by private means (taxi or car renting); self-isolate under health surveillance for 14 days

Please note that the above rules for each country are valid if you have stayed in the same place in the last 14 days. If you stayed or transited through other countries, these may vary.

It is important to point out that many countries, both EU and Non-EU, may have stricter regulations in place in regards to entry or transit. For this reason, we recommend to always check with the relative authority in the country of transit or destination, to know what the requirements for entry are.

VISA AND PERMIT OF STAY

VISA

For your visa application, visit the page of the Italian Consulate/Embassy operating in your area to learn where a visa appointment can be scheduled. For initial visa information visit the “Visa for Italy” website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at https://vistoperitalia.esteri.it/home/en

PERMIT OF STAY

Due to covid-19 emergency measures, the validity of all permits expiring between August 31, 2020 – April 30, 2021 has been extended to April 30, 2021. All renewal applications can be submitted within this date instead.

(Italian Sources: Portale Immigrazione, Decreto Legge 7-ott-20, Decreto Legge 14-gen-21)

COVID-19 VIRUS INFORMATION AND EMERGENCY CONTACTS in Milan

Here you can find instructions on what to do if you are worried about the virus outbreak, if you are showing respiratory infection symptoms, or if an acquaintance was diagnosed with the COVID-19.

MIP CONTACTS

Please note that MIP has appointed:

  • Simona Strepparola as “Contact person for Covid-19” (e-mail: strepparola@mip.polimi.it; ph. +39 331 889 2068)
  • Gloria Falsaperla as “Deputy contact for Covid-19(e-mail: gfalsaperla@mip.polimi.it).

The Covid representatives’s role is to interact with the Department of Prevention (DdP) of local health authorities for the management of any suspected and confirmed cases of Covid-19.

WHAT TO DO

If you suspect you have contracted the virus, do not go to the hospital.

Instead, contact by phone one of the following:

  • your general practitioner
  • the National Continuing Care service ( ph. 116 117 )

Follow the instructions you receive from them. In the meantime, you should stay at home and try to keep a distance from your flatmates, if any. For emergencies, call the Lombardy’s healthcare department (ph. 800 89 45 45), who will evaluate each case, or the national emergency number 112.

Only call 112 if you need immediate assistance, that is, if you need an ambulance straight away.

As soon as you can, please write to strepparola@mip.polimi.it to inform us and to receive support.

If you do contract the virus, you will have to follow the guidelines of the health authority who has assessed you. If you have minor or no symptoms, as a rule, you can expect to be required to do the following:

  • Self-isolate at home for 14 days
  • Wear the face mask provided at the start of the monitoring
  • Keep a distance from your flatmates, close the door to your bedroom and ventilate it regularly
  • Remain available to go through the necessary health checks

Please write to strepparola@mip.polimi.it to inform us and to receive support.

HEALTH CONTACTS

Health Ministry Number (for general information in Italian, English and Chinese): 1500

After hour on-call doctor in Milan: 116 117

Regional Healthcare Number: 800 89 45 45

Emergency Number: 112

COVID-19 TESTING

CENTRO MEDICO SANTAGOSTINO
Servizi Covid-19 - Centro Medico Santagostino
PCR test – 75€ (result in 3 working days)
PCR test Express – 90€ (result on the next day, before midnight)
Serological test – 30€

ISTITUTO AUXOLOGICO ITALIANO
SEROLOGICAL TESTING AND SWABBING FOR COVID-19 AT AUXOLOGICO | Auxologico
PCR test – 90€ (result on the next day)
Serological test – 40€ (result in 24 hours)

*Patients who do not have a tax code, can fill out the lab results delivery form with the temporary tax code they were given upon admission and that is shown in the invoice.

CUP SOLIDALE
Tampone Covid 19 Molecolare (Pcr) a Milano prenotazione immediata
PCR test – starting at 90€ (test result ready the next day)
Serological test – 35€

GRUPPO SAN DONATO
Prenotazione Tampone Nasofaringeo per COVID-19 negli ospedali Gruppo San Donato
Test sierologico COVID-19 negli ospedali Gruppo San Donato
Go to the booking page. In the seach bar, write “sars-cov” and choose among the 3 available options.
Antigenic rapid test – 36€
Swab test – starting at 80€ (result in 72h)
Serological test – 46€ (result in 48h)

SYNLAB ITALIA
Synlab Italia - Modalità di accesso al servizio di tamponi Covid - Lombardia
PCR test – 50€ (result starting from 24 hours later)
PCR test with guaranteed result – 100€ (result in 24 hours, downloadable online)
Result in English – surcharge 10€

PCR and serological tests can be booked through the APP MYSYNLAB or the website www.syncoda.synlab.it.

SELF-ISOLATION AND QUARANTINE: DURATION

As a rule it is 14 days, but it can vary according to the situation. Below you find general information, but please note that you should follow the instructions your GP or the health authority gives you.
A note: “self-isolation” refers to the period of isolation for confirmed positive cases; “quarantine” refers to the period of isolation for healthy people, necessary to monitor suspected cases.

WHAT IF I’M POSITIVE ASYMPTOMATIC CASE?
People who tested positive but are asymptomatic can end their self-isolation after 10 days from the notification of positivity, only if they receive a negative result on a molecular test taken after the 10 days period.

WHAT IF I’M A POSITIVE SYMPTOMATIC CASE?
People who tested positive and are symptomatic can end their self-isolation after 10 days from the manifestation of symptoms (without considering loss or alteration of sense of taste and smell, which can last longer), only if they receive a negative result on a molecular test taken after at least 3 days without symptoms.

WHAT IF I’M A LONG-LASTING POSITIVE CASE?
People who, despite being asymptomatic, keep being tested positive, can end their selfisolation after 21 days from the manifestation of symptoms if they do not show symptoms for at least one week (without considering loss or alteration of sense of taste and smell, which can last longer). This criteria can change depending on the health department’s evaluation, which will also take into account the immune system of the interested party (immunodepressed patients can remain contagious for longer).

WHAT IF I’VE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A POSITIVE CASE BUT I’M ASYMPTOMATIC?
People who have been in close contact with positive cases and have been identified by the health authorities, must:

  • Quarantine for 14 days, from the last day of contact with the positive case, OR
  • Quarantine for 10 days, from the last day of contact, only if they receive a negative result on an antigenic or molecular test taken on the 10th day.

WHAT IF I’VE BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A “VARIANT COVID-19” POSITIVE CASE?
People who have been in close contact with positive cases of covid-19 variant and have been identified by the health authorities, must quarantine. They are usually contacted as soon as possible by the local health authority for a first molecular test. Quarantine can end only starting from the 14th day, and with a negative test result.

Finally, find below other general recommendations that regulate the activity of health offices:

  • Those who live with or regularly come in contact with fragile people should take the molecular test at the end of the quarantine;
  • Kids should have different access to testing;
  • Close contacts of close contacts (i.e. those who have not been in direct contact with a confirmed positive case) are not required to quarantine or test, unless the direct close contact is later confirmed to be positive, or unless the health office decides a group screening is necessary;
  • The regular use the Immuni App should be promoted.

 

Source:

  • www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioNotizieNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?li ngua=italiano&menu=notizie&p=dalministero&id=5117
  • http://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioFaqNuovoCoronavirus.js p?lingua=italiano&id=244#7
  • https://www.regione.lombardia.it/wps/portal/istituzionale/HP/DettaglioRedazionale/s ervizi-e-informazioni/cittadini/salute-e-prevenzione/coronavirus/covid19-rientro-incollettivita
HEALTH GLOSSARY

In addition to the general healthcare glossary on the ISO webpage, find here a glossary pertaining to the covid-19 emergency, which will help you communicate your needs or issues to sellers and doctors.

Fever Febbre
Headache Mal di testa
Dry cough Tosse secca
Cold Raffreddore
Flu Influenza
Lungs Polmoni
Short breath Respiro corto
Fatigue Affaticamento
I feel pain here Ho un dolore qui
Face mask Mascherina*
Hand sanitizer Gel disinfettante
Do you speak English? Parla inglese?

 

*In Italy, face masks can be bought at pharmacies and parapharmacies